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Title:
Alpine Fir and Black Hemlock
Topics:
Forestry
Subjects:
Fir
Forests and forestry
Trees
Original Format:
Black-and-white print (photograph)
Item identifier:
schenck-hemlock_nd_img1_1
Description:
A panoramic photograph of alpine fir and black hemlock trees with the Cascade Mountains in the background. C28162-3 (My data on view is complete as far as location is concerned. Height of the Tooth not given on map.- The view overlooks Township 23N, R 10&11E.) The timber shown is growing at an altitude of 5300 feet, and is Alpine Fir and Black Hemlock. The Hemlock can be identified by the inclined top branch. Near Snoqualmie Pass, berge 5-6000 In Snoqualmie Nat. Forest. [german] 121 25 [german] 47 25 C28162-3 Two-section panorama of the High Peaks of the Cascade Mountains from Granite Mountain, 5800 ft., showing Kaleetan Peak, 6100; Chair Peak, 5300; the Tooth; Guy Peak 5200, and Snoqualmie Mountain, 6207 ft."
Genre:
Photographs
Location:
Washington (State)
Digital Project:
Manuscript Collections